Since I was a young child drama always interested me. Labelled a dramatic child, not really understanding what it meant. Going through school acting in school plays and loving it. Then it was time to stop playing and acting and get on with the business of 'being grown up' and getting a job! After a few years in the 'real world' I aided in the formation of a childrens' charity that offered an alternative education to children from various colonial countries who were only receiving a mainstream education in the UK, which didn't address their cultures contribution to the world. We delivered many of the modules in a creative way and my love of the arts was again awakened. When my youngest sister was making her choices for which direction to go in school, I advised her to follow her passion. Taking my own advice, as I had also returned to education, I chose to study Stagecraft and Performing Arts, dance, photography and ceramics. Moving to Ireland I facilitated drama and the creative arts with various organisations and youth groups continuing my interest in how the arts worked I achieved a MA in Dramatherapy, the rest as they say is history.
Use the power of drama to explore dynamics, address issues, create an original piece of theatre, or just have fun. Learn about lighting & sound. Suitable for ages,
Everyone loves a story, let us take you into undiscovered worlds. Rediscover the joys of hearing familiar stories.
Let our animated storytellers fill your worlds with wonder.
An excellent engagement for all ages.
Gaining skills in story creation. We all have a story to tell, learn methods in stormaking.
Is there an area that you'd like explored? bespoke workshops designed at addressing and finding positive outcomes. Let us draw out the answers and sometimes the questions, within a safe space, where everyone can have a voice.